LESSON PLAN YEAR 3 Theme: Topic: Learning Standards: World of Knowledge Sport 1.1.

4 Able to talk about a stimulus with guidance. 1.3.1 Able to listen to and demonstrate understanding of oral texts by: (a) answering simple Wh-questions

Objectives:

By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to: (i) (ii) (iii) talk about a picture. answer Wh-questions. recite a jazz chant.

Cross-curricular elements: Constructivism Teaching Aids: jazz chant audio, picture Steps: Pre-Listening 1. Show a picture of Olympic sports. 2. Guide pupils to talk about the picture. Ask questions: Eg: What can you see in the picture? Can you name the type of sports in the picture? While-Listening 3. Pupils listen to the jazz chant. 4. Chant and get pupils to chant along. 5. Repeat the whole chant and ask pupils to replace the words Eg: football, basketball, volleyball etc) 6. Ask pupils questions on the jazz chant. Eg: What are the names of the sports in the jazz chant? What type of sports can you do? Why do you like ........? Post-Listening 6. In groups, pupils look at a worksheet and try to guess the individual sports. 7. They present their answers to the class.

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basketball. I can’t. Netball. Yes. football. can you? Yes. I can’t play volleyball. . badminton. can you? No. I can’t. I can play volleyball. I can. I can play basketball. I can play basketball. I can. No. basket ball. Guess the sports below.Jazz Chant Volleyball. volleyball. tennis. I can play netball and tennis too.

Which sports do you like? __________________ _______________________ _____________________ __________________________ _________________________ ___________________________ __________________________ Theme: World of Knowledge ______________________________ .

3. match words to pictures. Talk about the type of sports mentioned in the jazz chant. pronounce the target words correctly. pupils complete a task sheet. get pupils to discuss if they like the Olympic sports.2. 4. (word cards. Able to read for information and enjoyment with guidance: (a) fiction 2. Revise the jazz chant learnt the day before. answer Wh-questions. Drill pupils on difficult words. In groups. Answer simple questions on the paragraph.4 Able to read and understand a paragraph with simple and compound sentences. While-Reading 3. In pupils.Topic: Learning Standards: Sport 2. 7. 6. word cards Steps: Pre-Reading 1. 5. They write on manila cards their answers and present in class. Cross-curricular elements: Thinking Skills Teaching Aids: reading text. Post-Reading 6. The Olympic Games . 2.) Read a text on the Olympic Games. (Matching words to symbols) The first group to match correctly wins a prize. pupils will be able to: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) talk about the different types of sports.1 Objectives: By the end of the lesson. 7.

yellow. The colours are on all the national flags of the world. We can see symbols such as the rings. They represent the five continents of the world. The Olympic Flag is white with five rings that are blue. black. It is held every four years. The rings are joined to show the unity of all the athletes from Africa. The latest Olympic Games will be held in London from 27 July to 12 August. Oceania and Europe. Asia. green and red. The Olympic Torch with the flame means faster. Answer the questions below . medals.The Olympic Games is the world’s most famous sports competition. torch and mascots during the Olympic Games. The five rings is the Olympic Emblem. America. 2012. higher and stronger. flag. The aim of the Games is to promote friendship among countries.

1. How often are the games held? _______________________________________ 3. Where will the 2012 Olympics be held? ____________________________________________ 7. What is the world’s most famous sports competition? ______________________________________ 2. Would you like to watch the Olympic Games? Why? _______________________________________________ Match the words to the right symbols . What are the symbols found in the Olympic Games? __________________________________________ 5. Which continents do the rings represent? ____________________________________________ 6. What is the aim of the Olympic Games? _______________________________________ 4.

torch 3. medals 2. rings 4.1. mascots Theme: World of Knowledge . flags 5.

(advanced and intermediate pupils) Feedback 6. Theme: World of Knowledge . Pupils write sentences on the board. pupils will be able to: (i) (ii) write simple and compound sentences. (weak pupils) Pupils write their own paragraphs into their exercise books. 2. Revise the difficult words learnt previously.Topic: Learning Standards: Sport 3. 3. Cross-curricular elements: Constructivism Steps: Pre-Writing 1. Get pupils to name the Olympic symbols learnt from the previous lesson.2 Able to write with guidance: (a) (b) simple sentences compound sentences Objectives: By the end of the lesson. Writing 2. (Shared Writing) Pupils write the paragraph into their exercise books. In groups. Guide pupils to write a simple paragraph from the sentences. write a paragraph. Pupils are picked at random to read their paragraphs. 5.2. pupils make sentences from the difficult words learnt previously. Other pupils listen and correct where there are mistakes. 4. 7.

pupils will be able to: (i) (ii) prepare jazz chant in a group. 4. Theme: World of Knowledge .1. In groups. 2.2 Able to perform with guidance based on jazz chant: (b) jazz chant Objectives: By the end of the lesson. Revise the jazz chant learnt previously. pupils practice the jazz chant with suitable actions.Topic: Learning Standards: Sport 4. Award a prize to the best group. Cross-curricular elements: Multiple Intelligence . 3.1 Able to produce simple creative works with guidance based on: (a) jazz chant 4. perform jazz chant creatively. pupils compete and perform the jazz chant.Kinaesthetic Steps: 1.3. (More advanced pupils can use their own jazz chants) In groups.

3.1. get pupils to play a word-chain game. . book-kite 3. 4. identify common and proper nouns in a text. e. 2. book-kite-egg 4. The next person will continue joining the ‘word-chain’.g. Cross-curricular elements: Thinking Skills Teaching Aids: text. play a word-chain game. book 2. Explain common and proper nouns. e. e. Those who are unable to join the next word will be out of the game. Pupils will take turns to join the chain by writing another noun.g. Write a noun on the board. Instructions for the game are: 1. pupils will be able to: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) understand common and proper nouns. task sheet Steps: 1.1 Able to use nouns correctly and appropriately: (a) common nouns (b) proper nouns Objectives: By the end of the lesson. complete a task sheet. starting with the last letter in the previous word. 5.g. Pupils complete a task sheet on common and proper nouns. Read the text on the Olympic Games. Get pupils to identify the common and proper nouns in the text In groups.Topic: Learning Standards: Sport 5.

they do not need to start with a capital letter unless they begin a sentence.Notes Proper Nouns and Common Nouns Proper Proper nouns name specific people. they contain two or more important words. Nike Since these nouns are naming specific things. How about that? Common Common nouns are the opposite of proper nouns. Paris. places. Examples: woman. Rover. both important words are capitalized. things.english-grammar-revolution. places. Pacific Ocean If this is the case. and the whole thing is still considered to be one proper noun even though it's made up of more than one word.html Grammar Exercise . they always begin with a capital letter. or ideas. Sometimes. dog. Examples: Britney Spears.com/proper-nouns. Examples: Britney. things or ideas that are not specific. shoe Since these nouns are not naming anything specific. Central Park Zoo. Their Relationship http://www. They name people. city.

Asia. The rings are joined to show the unity of all the athletes from Africa. They represent the five continents of the world. higher and stronger. Oceania and Europe. The aim of the Games is to promote friendship among countries. Grammar Task Sheet . America. We can see symbols such as the rings. The Olympic Games The Olympic Games is the world’s most famous sports competition. torch and mascots during the Olympic Games. black. Colour the common nouns in green and the proper nouns in yellow. medals. It is held every four years. green and red. 2012. The Olympic Flag is white with five rings that are blue. The colours are on all the national flags of the world. The Olympic Torch with the flame means faster. The five rings is the Olympic Emblem.Read the text. flag. The latest Olympic Games will be held in London from 27 July to 12 August. yellow.

The little boy asked his mother to buy him a toy car from Goodtoy Store in Super Megamall. I went for a holiday in Tioman island. 6. 7. `Please buy me a burger when you go to Macdonalds later. 2.’ said mother. . 1. Encik Ramli lives in a bungalow because he is very rich and he is the owner of Star Megamall. 5. 3.’ said Peter. Yesterday. I went to the cinema to watch my favourite movie.Fill in the columns correctly pencils Jalan Setia trousers Mount Kinabalu Maybank bungalow crayon Kuching school banana Rafflesia handbag Mrs Siva Henry Tan sweets Mid Valley Megamall Singapore July crocodile television Common Nouns 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Proper Nouns Underline the common and proper nouns in the sentences below. There I saw many beautiful fishes and corals. `Walk straight past the library until you come to Benja Bank. 4. Last year. The Avengers. Proton Saga is the cheapest Malaysian car.

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